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'Sierra' Fire Burning East Of San Jose 75% ContainedA burning just east of San Jose in Santa Clara County has charred 124 acres.
I-880 In Oakland Closed Overnight For Repairs Part of Interstate 880 in Oakland will closed overnight for the next few days as crews work on road improvements.
Man Plunges 100 Feet To His Death From Cliff Near Sutro BathsA man was killed after falling 100 feet off a cliff into the rough waters near Sutro Baths.
Massive Soberanes Fire Could Burn Through AugustA wildfire burning near California's dramatic Big Sur coast has destroyed 57 homes and is threatening 2,000 more.
3 Winning Powerball Tickets Sold In CaliforniaThe winning numbers in Saturday night's $478 million Powerball drawing were 11, 17, 21, 23, 32, and the Powerball was 5.
VIDEO: BART Says 'Officer Acted Appropriately' During Arrest At Embarcadero StationAn arrest caught on video at a BART station in San Francisco has sparked outrage on social media.
U.S. Constitution A Best-Seller After Muslim-American’s Speech At Democratic ConventionA pocket version of the U.S. Constitution has become a best-seller on Amazon.com thanks to Muslim-American Khizr Khan's speech at Democratic Convention.
Fire On Track Shuts Down BART's Walnut Creek StationEast Bay BART trains are running again after an equipment fire forced the closure of the Walnut Creek station, triggering massive delays.
Four Stabbed In Downtown San Jose AltercationFour people were hospitalized early Saturday, two with serious injuries, when a downtown San Jose altercation ended in a stabbing, authorities said.
Study: Millennials More Likely To Get Scammed Than GrandparentsThe stereotype of a scam victim often focuses on the innocent granny, but a new study shows that Millennials are more likely to fall victim to scams than their parents and grandparents.
Missing Delta Jet Skiers Found SafeThree jet skiers whose craft ran out of gas stranding them overnight on a sand bar off Sherman Island in the Delta have been rescued,
Bikers Alarmed By Booby Trap On Marin TrailThe dispute between hikers and trail bikers in the Marin County woods has been going on for years. But even veterans of the dispute are alarmed over the discovery of a spiked booby trap.

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